Dave Mooney has told his Royston Town team-mates he has not just pitched up at Garden Walk for a knees-up, report Cambridgeshire Live.
The former Reading, Norwich, Charlton, Colchester and Southend striker arrived at Royston at the end of last month, three weeks after leaving Leyton Orient for a second time. Although the 33-year-old is keeping his reasons for dropping down to the Southern Premier close to his chest, he insists he is coming to graft and not to coast it.
“My situation is complicated and I can’t comment more on it, but it suits both parties me being here, and it’s not too far from where I live,” said Mooney, who scored his first Crows goal in last week’s 5-0 win over St Neots.
“I’ve played at a lot of big clubs but I’m here now and looking to do the best I can. I’ve not really set myself any targets, I just want to enjoy the season and play care free. I can only take this level as I see it, but to be fair we have given it everything since I’ve been here.”
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